Pedi

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Pedi

(ˈpɛdɪ)
n
1. (Peoples) Also called: Northern Sotho a member of a subgroup of the Sotho people resident in the Transvaal
2. (Languages) the dialect of Sotho spoken by this people
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We made an incision over the outside of the exterior os sesamoideum pollicis pedis, and thus got at the root of the abductor muscle.
Manis and pedis have been shown to help ward off infections and heal blisters, calluses, and ingrown toenails--a big plus for NBA players, who often run more than two miles per game.
OVER a quarter of women (28%) treat themselves to a top-totoe makeover before hitting the beach on holiday, including manis, pedis, facials and fake tans, according to a survey by QVC.
Owomen (28%) treat themselves to a top-makeover before hitting the beach on holiday, including manis, pedis, facials and fake tans, according to survey by QVC.
LISA HAYNES rounds up the quick-fixes that'll get you beach-ready in no time OVER a quarter of women (28%) treat themselves to a top-totoe makeover before hitting the beach on holiday, including manis, pedis, facials and fake tans, according to a survey by QVC.
OVER a quarter of women (28 per cent) treat themselves to a top-to-toe makeover before hitting the beach on holiday, including manis, pedis, facials and fake tans, according to a survey by QVC.
MIAMI BEACH -- Two new antifungal agents on the market--luliconazole and naftifine--each have something unique to offer when it comes to treating tinea pedis, according to Dr.
The new White Room Spa at Marina Mall says they can have your blow-dry done in 20 minutes and with minimal wallet impact (manis and pedis from Dh65, express facials from Dh90) and hair from Dh65).
Services include hair cuts, colors and foils, special occasion hairstyles, waxing, smoothing, feather extensions and short but sweet mini manis and pedis.
In conclusion, this is the first report to demonstrate that bakuchiol is effective in relieving tinea pedis and in inhibiting the growth of the dermatophyte T.
Dr Santosh Daflapurkar, Aster Medical Centre, Tecom and Discovery Gardens, said, "Athletes Foot, medically known as Tinea Pedis, is a fungal infection in the feet's skin.